March 13, 2014

A member of the minority in Ghana’s parliament, Titus Glover, has described the country’s minister designate for Trade as a “confused” individual who cannot bring any change to the “mess” in the Mahama – led government.

The former Communications Minister of the West African country, Dr Spio- Gabrah, is billed to appear before the appointment committee today to be vetted for a ministerial position.

He has been appointed by President John Mahama as Minister-designate of Trade and Industry.

Ghana’s laws require that Parliament vets and approves the President’s appointees before they occupy office.

But even before he appears before the house, Glover- a member of the appointment committee – believes he will add very little to the fortunes of the National Democratic Congress government.

“He is a nice man, very strong. I have read through his cv, at a point it looked so confusing and all that. He is quite confusing. The thing is already gone, he doesn’t have the magic one to change anything in government. The mess has already been created and he can’t change anything” the Tema East Member of Parliament told Accra based Adom FM.

Source : Ghana/